Oral History:"Historians use the testimonies of witnesses to historic periods to gain insights that are not found elsewhere."
Oral history is both the oldest type of historical documentation and one of the most modern one now, benefiting from modern digital technologies.The value of oral history lies largely in the way it helps to place people’s experiences within a larger social and historical context. The interview becomes a record useful for documenting past events, individual or collective experiences, and understandings of the ways that history is constructed. Because it relies on memory, oral sources, like other sources, need to be critically evaluated. OHA.
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